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FHA Bad Credit

FHA Bad Credit Home Loans are hard to find but not impossible. One needs to keep on searching for a lender who does not find it too risky to finance a person having a low credit score and even no credit history at all. It is possible to create a non-traditional credit based on utility payment records, automobile insurance payments, rental payments, etc. HUD has issued specific guidelines that deal such issues.

Another possibility, especially for first time home buyer, is to establish a credit by having a secured credit or debit card and making payments on time. A person with bad credit, on the other hand, should look for ways to rebuild their credit history.

FHA Bad Credit Home Loans



The minimum credit score to obtain FHA-insured home loans is 500. However, the requirements may vary for different amount of financing. For example, a person having a credit score that is more than 580 can qualify for the maximum loan amount with much ease provided all other requirements are fulfilled adequately. Similarly, the road is not closed altogether for those having less than 500 points in credit score. There might be limited options, but there is certainly a way out and one needs not get discouraged.

The Federal Housing Administration exists to provide easy financing solutions to people who cannot afford to own a home. It is a government body that creates equal housing opportunities for all sections. At the same time one should remember the fact that it does not release funds on its own, rather it insures the amount borrowed from a certified lender under certain FHA regulations. The credit score is a way to assess the repayment capability of a borrower, and hence it is the first thing a lender would like to review.

Nevertheless, if a person is able to establish his credit worthiness through one or the other means, he/she may qualify for an FHA home loan. For example, if a borrower is having full-time employment and his incomes are sufficient to cover the down payment and closing cost as well as the monthly mortgage payment requirements, his application may be considered. Those having gone through bankruptcy or a foreclosure process in recent times should wait for at least two to three years before applying for an FHA government home loan.

It is possible to find a program that can provide benefits like 100 percent financing, very little down payment and no closing costs for a bad credit borrower. For more information, browse our website or visit the official website of HUD.

Website: www.hud.gov





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